How Aldi’s Special Buys app can help you save more

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Shopping at Aldi is already a cost-effective way to fill your pantry, but with its new Special Buys app, you can save even more on your weekly grocery run.

Aldi’s Special Buys app allows you to see product specials a week before they hit the stores. You can browse the entire Aldi range and create a shopping list of products you want to buy, or you can set reminders so you don’t miss out on a great deal.

The shopping list function is an ideal way to save money. By checking the products you need, you’re less likely to be tempted by the confectionary aisle or the discounted homewares usually available instore.

And if you happen to be visiting friends in another suburb, or have some spare time for your shopping when you’re out and about, you can use the app’s handy store locator to find the Aldi nearest to you.

If you’re a fan of the Aldi bottle shop, then you’ll love the ability to create your own wine case mix.

Or, if you see something you think your friends or family need, you can let them know by using the special share feature.

The Aldi app is available for Apple and Android devices.

Do you shop at Aldi? Have you used the Special Buys app? What are your thoughts?

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Written by Leon Della Bosca

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    is this a free ad for aldi?


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